August 5th, 2014

So Long, Farewell, Sayeeda Says Goodbye

Sayeeda Warsi’s Tory colleagues are really, really sad that she has quit. A Tory source tells Guido:

“Warsi’s resignation is classic Warsi. Attacks her own team, pure grandstanding, and shows that she is a quitter. Her resignation does nothing to help the innocent civilians on both sides who are suffering. She had a much better chance of helping support the ceasefire if she had stayed inside Government. But instead she has thrown in the towel.”

Reaction elsewhere has been broadly positive:

With friends like these…


  1. 1
    West Country Tory says:

    What “policy over Gaza”? Cameron hasn’t got one. Clegg hasn’t got one. Ed Moribund hasn’t got one. Resign because there’s “no policy” but pretending there is one, and it’s a huge moral issue, is stupid.


    • 6

      That sums up the modern gesture politics quite succinctly.

      Vote UKIP and have a REAL cause :-D

      Liked by 1 person

      • 50
        Mangochutney says:

        + 2111916


      • 101
        Achtung Spitfire! says:

        and +1 from me. Vote UKIP :)


        • 103
          rick says:

          +1 Count me in


          • Anonymous says:

            Kudos to Warsi, and to the Tory MP’s who’ve expressed concern over Gaza.

            Shame on Cameron and the cabinet.

            Will Clegg be saying Israel should be banned from the world cup because of it’s actions? Of course he won’t, because he’s an opportunistic idiot who doesn’t think things through.

            Coalition government is awful if it results in a dunderhead like him as deputy PM … oh wait, it also resulted in a self serving moral vacuum like Cameron as PM.


          • Dangerous Brian says:

            And me.


          • SICK OF THE P.C. BULLSHIT! says:

            Who among those outside the Westminster bubble and Islington dinner party circuit gives a fuck about Gaza? I certainly don’t and won’t lose any sleep over its occupants’ self inflicted problems.


          • Beware what you wish for.. says:

            Anonymous. Ah, so you’re quite happy to be subservient to a German hegemony of the EU, even though they export more arms than the UK does? Fucking ignorant, hypocritical Hunts like you are a menace to decent thought. Fuck you, and the arse you rode in on. Twat.


      • 192

        You peopke (like Warsi and indeed many others inside and outside Govt) are acting as if Brittania still ruled the waves and uk foreign policy were still governed by gunships and ” stiff notes”
        Hello ?

        We have nt had an Empire for 60 years . We are hanging like grim death to the UN SEAT ( as is France). We are no longer seen as any semblance of a world power being dwarfed economically these days by economies such as Brazil and Indonesia . We are certainly not equipped financislly to be the world s policemsn and tha majority of Brits don t want ys to be .
        We have NO say in the affairs of other sovereign nations other than as a vassal member state of the EUSSR thus we should not even dream of an aspiration to that role .

        The Americans are slowly learning their lesson iof adopting that mantle — with Iraq Afgan Libya Syria and Ukraine crumbling as a result of their lead interventions and the whole Arab world on the brink of Caliphacy .

        We don t have a policy on Gaza, Israel or any where else .? Good ! Let s keep it that way . They are still ( just about ) sovereign states . So possibly are we (?) Let s till our own fields and remember charity begins at home …….


    • 19
      The world was taken off our shoulders, after WWII, let someone else sort it out. says:

      Why would we need a policy over Gaza, it’s nothing to do with us, the problem is the USA they created the problem let them sort it out.


      • 28
        Toxic Labour for Spongers, Scroungers, Parasites, Criminals, Layabouts & other Wasters says:

        These Arabs are incapable of governing themselves because they do not understand personal responsibility. They need a tyrant or a Sky Fairy to tell them what to do.


      • 152
        Anonymous says:

        Sadly US policy seems to be here’s loads more weapons, fire away Ben.


      • 184
        inside out says:

        Hamas policy is to wipe out Israel,not surprisingly Israel wants to resist that policy.So they will have skirmishes every three or four years,why should the UK get involved,or have a policy?Until they accept one another the status quo will continue.

        Liked by 1 person

      • 234
        Anonymous says:

        Using this reasoning, Bomber Hague should not have wanted the UK to be involved with air strike against Syria. For the problem was nothing to do with the UK. Given the US created the the terror gangs – should we not let Uncle Sam sort out the problem of ISIS?


    • 31
      Policy says:

      First policy was the crusades to kick out the invaders.
      secound policy replacing the Ottoman Empire using FO civil servants, without the strong men in charge.
      Third policy co-towing to the Americans.

      Current policy Minding our own business

      New policy, um, favourable review by media


    • 37
      Handycock whipping it out says:

      I am in complete agreement with Baroness Warsi and have spoken to the Prime Minister, Foreign Secretary and President of the Council of Europe about this. Boaz.


    • 150
      A Right Fucking Bastard. says:

      What Camermong should have said:

      “Those fucking Gaza sand nïggers were dancing in the streets when 9/11 happened. Don’t let the door hit you in your fat fucking arse, you stupid Päki bitch”.


    • 180
      The two Muppets says:

      Her resignation had more to do with her not getting a higher profile job
      in the Cabinet re-shuffle . She was over promoted anyway .


      • 224
        Outside the Bubble says:

        At least she is now available for Strictly or Nonentity in the Jungle. Next year she might even aspire to voice over for chair lifts during daytime TV.


  2. 2

    Good article by Douglas Murray in the Speccie.

    He only mentioned her good bits though.

    Vote UKIP :-D


  3. 3
    Whippersnapper2 says:

    No body has left a comment about the stupid fat bitch – why’s that?
    Perhaps she’s not worth commenting on.
    Bye bye darlin.


  4. 4
    Ghost of Leon says:

    “Her resignation does nothing to help the innocent civilians on both sides”
    Both ?????


    • 12
      P l e b says:

      Let’s get real here. What difference has she made to anyone’s life, anywhere?

      Why do we tolerate employing these people just to talk shit all day? And we’re supposed to call her ‘Lady’? Do fuck off, Cameron.

      What is going on in Gaza is state-sponsored murder / genocide, nothing more and nothing less.

      Killers on both sides, including those giving the orders, should be rounded up and sent to the Hague asap.

      And I include Blair and Bush in that.


      • 110
        Anonymous says:


        Also we need to end the corrupt political situation that allows so called friends of Israel to buy politicians in both the UK and the Stat’s – for example when William Hague criticised Israel a few years ago he found a significant drop in his campaign contributions.


  5. 5
    Millions of Mr & Mrs Joe Public are all Voting for UKIP says:

    I am certain this will be reflected on by the Electors

    on Thursday 07 May 2015 GE when we all VOTE for

    UKIP & rid OUR country of ConsLieLaborLebDims anti-democracy

    alliance who’s main agenda for decades has been to enrich themselves

    in every way possible with NO accountability what so ever allowed by them


    • 120
      yawn.... says:

      yeah yeah yeah zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz


    • 171
      The two Muppets says:

      In your dreams .


      • 199

        I m sorry to say the Red Flag will be flying over Whitehall on 16th May and Ken “Lovingstone ” will be back re inventing taxpayer funded London Fun Days whilst the first foreign visit of PM Milliband will be to Pyongyang.

        This is a DEAD CERT especially if Scotland vote against indie which they will do.

        Whatever odds Paddy P is giving on a straight liebour majority win I ll take them now and at least profit from private grief …r


      • 229
        Necrophiliac Dating Agency-Just Where Do They Dig These People Up From? says:

        Ah, so you can see into the future. What’s the point in having an Election when schmucks like you can already predetermine them? Do you think that normal folks cannot see what is happening to their Country every time they open their front door? You fucking clowns seem to think they cannot..

        Liked by 1 person

  6. 7
    David Cummerband says:

    I received the news calmly. Then I stood upon my desk and reached for the ipod dock

    “do a little dance
    make a little love
    get down tonight”


  7. 8
    Jack Russell says:

    It’s good to see someone prepared to stand up for their belief and not keep quiet and just pocket their wages.


  8. 9
    Who'd have thought it? says:

    Woman who believes in a make-believe magic invisible homophobic skyfairy and who reveres the mad medieval páédophile who invented the make-believe skyfairy turns out to have poor judgement and was a bad choice for position of government minister.

    Well, I never.


  9. 10
    Ivor Biggun says:

    She was an embarrassment. Thank God she’s gone.


  10. 11
    Jezza says:

    Warsi has certainly turned a big stone over and revealed some very unpleasant creepie-crawlies underneath. The slagging off says much more about them than it does about her.


    • 39
      Told you so says:

      It’s, I told you so time, slagging her off, is about as much as she deserves as a going away present.


    • 108
      Cinna says:

      Nonsense. She’s overblown, over promoted and of little consequence. She was only where she was because she ticked two of the boxes. I.e female and m’slem. Time to stop kowtowing to all this nonsense and promote people who can actually do the job expected of them, who and put Britain first, not some r’ligious minority that has little (or nothing) in common with Britain’s ideals, history and culture.


    • 235
      Anonymous says:

      A well-made and honest remark on standards in government. And it was published here – this will never do.


  11. 13
    The Pig's Ear says:

    Good riddance to obnoxious religiously-biased rubbish.


  12. 14
    Captain says:

    Good riddance to a typical PC appointee i.e., bad rubbish!


  13. 15
    Hitler had the right idea says:

    Probably going back into the family business of balti houses and and sham marriages


  14. 18

    Gazza understands more about Gaza than Warsi. Probably.


  15. 20
    Peter Ellis says:

    Predictable posting from an Israeli stooge !!! HaHaHa !


  16. 22
    Anonymous says:

    Shouldn’t she update her twitter page?

    Senior Minister of State @foreignoffice & Minister for Faith & Communities @communitiesUK. Yorkshire born & raised & it’s home. Married to Iftikhar, mother to 5


    • 24
      Anonymous says:

      ̶S̶e̶n̶i̶o̶r̶ ̶M̶i̶n̶i̶s̶t̶e̶r̶ ̶o̶f̶ ̶S̶t̶a̶t̶e̶ ̶@̶f̶o̶r̶e̶i̶g̶n̶o̶f̶f̶i̶c̶e̶ ̶&̶ ̶M̶i̶n̶i̶s̶t̶e̶r̶ ̶f̶o̶r̶ ̶F̶a̶i̶t̶h̶ ̶&̶ ̶C̶o̶m̶m̶u̶n̶i̶t̶i̶e̶s̶ ̶@̶c̶o̶m̶m̶u̶n̶i̶t̶i̶e̶s̶U̶K̶.̶ Yorkshire born & raised & it’s home. Married to Iftikhar, mother to 5


  17. 26
    The British media are cunts says:

    Another of Cameron’s useless women who could never get elected by the people.


  18. 27
    Anonymous says:

    It’s an outrage that she doesn’t get the House of Lords allowances and title removed. Political peerages should only last for one parliamentary term.


    • 143
      The Growler says:

      Why not have an elected lords there are too many at present,reduce it to 500, limit it to 4years before re election, only lords to stand for election both life and hereditary lords eligible to stand for election.


      • 186
        peterthepainter says:


        Half a dozen would be 6 too many.

        Liked by 1 person

        • 231
          English Republican says:

          I won’t tell you what I think as it’s obvious. If you’re not elected then you should have NO position of power. End of. Dictatorial shites.

          Liked by 1 person

      • 209

        They tried to do something like that yesterday in Italy by proposing to abolish immunity from criminal prosecution of Senatore and MP s .

        The Prime Minister nearly got lynched .

        Needless to say the motion was HEAVILY defeated….

        Liked by 1 person

        • 241

          Sorry Tumbril spoke too soon .

          Actually Italy oassed yesterday first reading of Bill culling Senate to 100 seats just like USA.

          Admittedly it s got to pass to third reading and then a referendum (!!!) to becone law but in 2056 they should just about be ready to adopit as legislation.

          Yes I did say 2056 ……. you know the Italians …..


    • 203
      Me was first says:

      I bags her car parking space.

      Liked by 1 person

  19. 30
    bernie the bribe says:

    follow the money

    Liked by 1 person

  20. 33
    Cpl Hicks says:

    So tokenism doesn’t work. Big fcuking surprise there Dave!

    Another fcuk up that could have easily been avoided.

    Liked by 1 person

  21. 34
    Genghiz the kahn says:

    1,2,3 Shame on you BBC, Shame on you BBC…that is what the protesters chanted the week before they decided to camp outside the studios.

    Liked by 1 person

  22. 35

    Let’s not forget that Sayeeda Warsi has given the benefit of the doubt to Hamas before:’

    What an unpleasant little piece of shit Montgomerie is.


    • 49
      Ma­­qb­oul says:

      He’s spot on. Just after Hamas was elected the dozy bint said,

      ‘I think what’s happened in the Middle East with the election of Hamas is actually an opportunity and I think that’s the way we’ve got to see it. When groups that practice violence are suddenly propelled into power through a democratic process they get responsibility and responsibility can be a tremendously taming factor.’

      This was before they set about murdering their Fatah political opponents and waging war on Israel.

      Liked by 1 person

      • 60

        Yes. Diplomats sometimes seem to think that everything can be solved by negotiation and compromise, if only one can understand what the other chap really wants. Sometimes, though, the other chap’s aims are irrational and absolute and one can only (i) give in, (ii) fight him, or (iii) outlast him. When dealing with a crazed axe murderer, it is no use offering to let him give you a nasty injury in exchange for sparing your life.


      • 63
        Der Fuhrer says:

        Look at all rhe peace my election to power brought to europe.


      • 75
        non taxable pikey says:

        Defenestration from the Hospital (Operations Bunker) windows as I recall. Those they didn’t hang.


      • 160
        Electoral commision. says:

        Aren’t they due an election ? Or was it like hitlers, for ever.


      • 212

        Whst s the betting she s on Newsnight tonight with Evan Davies giving her a verbal blowjob?( if he s started work yet ).


  23. 36
    Paniagua says:

    What is her view on assisted dying?


    • 70
      Joss Taskin says:

      …by suicide bomb?


      • 213

        Actuslly nobody needs suicide bombers any more . It s all done by Googke driverless cars with a “device” inside and a pre orogrammed satnav with timer controlled by smartphone.

        So the suicide jockeys are redundant as indeed are the twenty vestal virgins waiting for them in Heaven . Technology inexorably eating away at tbe working class…..

        Procul Harum eat their dust !


  24. 38
    Ma­­qb­oul says:

    O/T but German court accepts £60 M bribe to cease the prosecution of Bernie Ecclestone for , er, bribery?

    Liked by 1 person

  25. 40
    Questions says:

    Thrown in the towel !!!

    Is it that big, and is it that time of the month already?

    Liked by 1 person

  26. 42
    House of Ill repute says:

    Did we learn any lessons today?


  27. 44
    Baromess Arsi says:

    When will H@m@z stop firing r✴ckets into Izrael? It ain’t promoting peace with their neighbours, is it? Poor moozies, my arsi.


    • 240
      Anonymous says:

      “How many deaths will be enough? The human toll of the violence is horrific. The past weeks of violence have seen at least 1,843 Palestinian deaths (415 of them children) and more than 9,000 injured…”

      “…Indiscriminate targeting of civilians and medical facilities is against international law. And if countries, including the UK, continue to supply weapons to Israel they will be potentially facilitating war crimes.

      Gaza: Stop the arms, stop the killing. Amnesty Intenational


  28. 45
    If politicans played the game 'Risk' they might fucking learn something says:

    This government hasn’t got a policy?
    I don’t hear any long term solutions from the angry brigade either.
    All you hear is ‘someone must do something’ from those tosspots.
    The Israeli’s already know through bitter experience what the Arabs are just finding out.
    The support of the angry brigade wont guarantee your existence and their condemnation isn’t worth a pound of smoke.
    The only long term solution in this sorry situation is for one side or the other to win.


    • 52
      Shooty* says:

      Just to be clear, so there’s no misunderstanding:

      By ‘the angry brigade’, you mean the faultless Peaceful ones who we must never, ever speak ill of, right?


      • 99
        If politicans played the game 'Risk' they might fucking learn something says:

        Angry Brigade:
        left wingers who get angry on behalf of someone or something they know bugger all about.


        • 221
          SICK OF THE P.C. BULLSHIT! says:

          I’m angry, but I’m no left winger! I’m angry that election after election we are given the choice of voting for total incompetents who only seem to want to fill their pockets and bank accounts at taxpayers’ expense, who have never lived in the real world and wouldn’t normally give the time of day to us voters. What really makes me angry is that these numpties when elected then have the nerve to tell the rest of us how we should live our lives and even what to think and say. Have any of these bastards ever made our lives easier with their “policies”? Surely there are better candidates out there who haven’t been party hacks and time servers – someone who has an old fashioned sense of duty to this country and its people? Perhaps the best candidates don’t join the corrupt and sclerotic political parties currently running Parliament.

          Our political class is working against us, not on our behalf.

          Rant over!


    • 214

      bring back moshe dayan !!!


  29. 46

    Sayeeda Warsi
    Often became arsey.
    When the going got tough
    She flounced off in a huff.


    • 113
      albacore-blimey says:

      Better than my usual rubbish.


      • 216

        Bless her Imam for she was Sayeeda
        Although made a Baronees no one used to heed’er(!)
        She always did stumble and often did trip
        For her view was conditioned by the Gaza Strip.

        Inch ‘Allah

        courtesy The Saw Doctors ( Ras Al Khaima edition)


  30. 47

    Would suggest that C’aroline F’lint perhaps still retains the ‘most over promoted dousche in government ever’ title, for being made E’urope Minister under B’rown, but W’arsi spat a certain venom which is better off out than in.

    Vote UKIP :-D


  31. 48
    nell says:

    if the odious davidward is one of her supporters the tories are better off without her!! perhaps she could join the backstabbing libdems.


    • 193
      Oven glove says:

      … or just take herself completely out of our politics altogether. Nobody would miss her.


  32. 53
    Hilda says:

    More and more British politicians are more concerned about the violent Mohammedans amongst us, rather thats what’s good for the UK.


  33. 65
    DK says:

    WTF1 BBC WatO going into overdrive on this one, move along nothing to see, what’s Gaza to do with her!!


    • 105
      Achtung Spitfire! says:

      Yes, typical beeboid crap. I wonder how many listeners – even Radio4 listeners – have ever heard about Warsi. Of course, the beeboids will educate them.


  34. 67
    Cotton Wool Comments says:

    Unelected and unwanted. No loss. Bye bye, Warsi. Don’t forget to resign from the House of Lords as well.


  35. 68
    News says:

    Military jets have escorted a passenger plane to Manchester Airport, National Air Traffic Control Services has confirmed.


  36. 69
    BBC says:

    Nowt to do with us though.


    • 77
      Idon'tneednodoctor says:

      On the BBC news the reader whispers “radio one DJ Chris Denning”.


  37. 73
    Eliot Banks says:

    What does Pro-Israel even mean anymore.

    I thought it was the recognition of Israel to defend itself and its right to exist.

    You’re either incredibly naive or intentionally turning a blind eye if you think actions have been purely in defence.


  38. 78
    Mycroft says:

    Reality check.

    The Warsi has given the next election of a Labour Gov. a boost.

    Vote UKIP or you are all going to regret not doing so deeply.


    • 220

      I don t agree .

      Vite for ukip or whomsoever else you like .

      The fact remains the mongs are going to vote mob handed and they will elect t Labour ….


  39. 80
    Ed Miliband says:

    I can’t wait to get on TV and play politics over Israel. Watch me now, hear me now, see how hypocritical I can be.


  40. 81
    Hargaret Modge, Labour MP and Hypocritical serial long term aggressive Tax Avoider + expenses thief says:

    Thats great news. Another unelected no talent gone. So many more idiots to go…Cable,Clegg Camoron…..


  41. 82
    visibly shaken says:

    what the monkey is going on with manchester airport?

    if its the samiad lovers again i can see this country booting them all out.


  42. 83
    Philip the Accountant says:

    Who ? I don’t think I know the name


  43. 85
    Anonymous says:

    Here is the link:-

    This is a documentary. Watch it with an open mind.


    • 133
      Cinna says:

      Well, that’s what you get when you allow f’reigners to take over your country. A bit like what will be happening here before too long.


  44. 86
    non taxable pikey says:

    Delingpole has just called her “Baroness Token” on Breibart. 10/10 for that one.


  45. 89
    Anonymous says:

    We should stop arms to Israel and boycott goods from for that matter. Whatever one might think about the messenger, her motives were principled.


    • 119
      Who's bothered she's gone says:

      Join the principled side that’s getting the most favourable PR, so nothing about helping British principles or country.


    • 157
      Cinna says:

      She’s not got a principled bone in her body. Her hubris will be her downfall yet.


  46. 93
    Vince Cable's Rucksack says:

    Good riddance. And that’s official.


  47. 95
    Bubba Gump Shrimp says:

    Whatever will the OIC do now they don’t have a placeman in the cabinet?


  48. 96
    what a gay dave says:

    Michael howard thanked her for all she did

    What did she do again?


  49. 98
    Baroness Token says:


  50. 107
    The Token Baroness says:

    Qatar Airways flight QR023 from Doha is surrounded by armed police officers and fire engines at Manchester Airport.

    It’s kicking off already, so soon.


    • 116
      Shooty* says:

      I’m sure, whatever it is, it’s peaceful.


      • 144
        Middle Eastern Playboy says:

        The funs in Knightsbridge..we are showing support to Gaza by parking where we want…


    • 158
      Cinna says:

      We have a constant demo in front of a J’wish cosmetic shop in King St Manchester. Apparently the chief constable is concerned that, what with counter demonstrations, it’s threatening “community cohesion”.

      He’s that concerned he can’t be a’rsed to clear the rabble from the street.


    • 161
      Another idiot returns from holiday says:

      Seems a bomb hoax and another “plonker” who hasn’t read the news and thinks it’s a laff to be making such claims and no realise that they can seriously damage your health….. no doubt he rapidly sobered up when he was told to keep his hands on his head and make no sudden movements.

      I hope that he will be facing at the very least a very large fine followed by a lifetime ban from on any civilian airliner ever again and serves the plonker right


  51. 111
    Ebola says:

    She’s a nasty piece of work,steer well clear of that one.


  52. 112


    Vote UKIP :-D


  53. 118
    Jimmy says:

    A tory resigning on a point of principle? Is this one of the signs of the apocalypse?

    No wonder the nasties are spooked.


    • 124
      Hey noney no says:

      Nah! Conservatives do resign on principle, Liebour has no principles that’s why none ever resigned, they were pushed, ask Mandy was it 3 times he resigned on principle :-)


    • 131
      Cpl Hicks says:

      It takes a prison sentence to get a Labour minister to resign.

      You are such a fukwit Jimmy.


    • 141
      Fishy says:

      But her resignation is unprincipled.


  54. 125
    Shooty* says:

    Heh @ Twitter: “Poor old Mehdi Hasan: there goes his ‘cabinet source'”


  55. 128
    Cull the Badgers says:

    It’s clear that people like her cannot be trusted to act in Britain’s best interests.


  56. 134
    Mehdi Hasan says:

    I think “Baroness” Warsi ought to link up with that Islamist supporting prick George Galloway. They can fight their jihad together. Scum.


  57. 140
    Small minds also think alike says:

    Another master stroke for affirmative action appointments


  58. 142
    David Ward says:

    Baroness Warsi, if you were to recommend a shampoo and conditioner combo to make hair so silky-smooth, what would it be?


  59. 147
    Mr Galloway says:

    Warsi resigns!! I recall being on Sunday Politics with her and Hazel Blears when the bitch likened 7/7 bombers to freedom fighters.


  60. 148
    Bill Quango MP says:

    I have this communication from the government.

    Baroness Token has resigned from her important post of whatever it was. She will be sadly missed.

    In light of her resignation the important post of whatever it was she did will be divided into two roles, in order to add two new tokens to the government.

    Firstly a totally cool milfy type token with good legs but a slightly severe manner and disciplinarian style tongue will take over half of the department of whatever it was.

    Then a second rounder, but more mumsey token,preferably of a non Caucasian origin, with a nice smile and a slightly air headed incompetence will take over the other half of the department of whatever it was.

    Suitable silly names such as the department for umbrella outreach enrichment, or the department for innovation and thinking hard about things, will be issued shortly.

    A photograph of the two new tokens next to the Prime Minister will be available for tomorrow’s newspapers, before these window dressers are never heard of again.

    Thank you.

    Bill Quango MP
    Deputy Head of management of Management operations of managerial management.

    Liked by 1 person

    • 155
      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

      Like the sound of that; “The Department of Thinking Hard about Things”.


    • 162
      Hey noney no says:

      Seems Baroness token has been forgotten already, other principles seem to have taken over, especially the airplane from Doha.


    • 164
      Priti Vacant MP says:

      Bags I the first one!


    • 166
      Lynton Crosby says:

      Thanks Bill

      Lynton Crosby
      Area Resource Senior Executive, Head Of Local Expertise


    • 168
      Nick Clegg says:

      We spurn normal job titles in the LibDems. We use our North American Indian names.

      Nick Clegg

      Two Dogs Shagging


    • 183
      Blind Eyed Tokenist Government says:

      …………so another mad mozzie cultist, hopefully female, genital mutilation preferable, required by Dave then? asap!


  61. 156
    Ronaldo says:

    That’s what you get for headhunting politicians as if they were premiership footballers. You get politicians with the same sense of loyalty as premiership footballers.


  62. 169
    Anonymous says:

    “During a rather heated and angry Question Time, just after two car bombs had been placed outside a London nightclub on lady’s night, we got onto Iraq. I repeatedly asked Warsi to condemn the killing of British troops in Iraq. She repeatedly refused to do so. I don’t think I’ve ever had more emails from servicemen and women and their families, asking how it could be that a Conservative (then shadow) minister would not condemn the killing of British troops while they were on active service.”


  63. 170
    Anonymous says:



  64. 174
    Anonymous says:

    One less muzzie in Parliament – ban the lot.


  65. 175
    Blue Peter Goldfish says:

    Can somebody please explain to me what use a Typhoon jet fighter is going to be in dealing with one deranged passenger @30,000 ft on a domestic air flight ?. are we getting in to Sylvester Stallone country.


    • 200
      Fred the pensioner says:

      It is used to ensure that the pilot follows ATC instructions exactly as given. If the commercial pilot suddenly veered off to (for example) crash into Buck House or the HoC, the jet would just shoot it down without hesitation.

      Hope that helps


  66. 178
    The Voice of Reason says:

    Strange, I thought as such a principled person, she was perhaps resigning over the unconscionable persecution of Christians in Mosul by her brothers in faith or maybe the appalling oppression of civilians in Libya. But no – it seems not.
    It seems she supports the version of events as told by Hamas, a terrorist organisation that supports genocide.


    • 201
      Oven glove says:

      Are the clitflaps of these women connected by an invisible nerve chord direct to their brains? Seems like when they get FMG’d their brains also go into the disposal chute.


  67. 182
    House of Bloat says:

    Sadly, we must assume her principles will not extend to giving back the ermine and reliquishing her £300 per day cash.


  68. 190
    Captain Moonlight says:

    Goodbye-ee, goodbye-ee,
    Wipe the tear, Warsi dear, from your eye-ee,
    Tho’ it’s hard to part I know,
    I’ll be tickled to death to see you go.
    Don’t cry-ee, dont sigh-ee,
    there’s a silver lining in the sky-ee,
    Bonsoir, old thing, cheer-i-o, chin, chin,
    Nah-poo, toodle-oo, Goodbye-ee.

    (PS Don’t let the door hit you in the a**e on the way out)


    • 195
      Quantitative Sleazing says:

      There once was a Baroness Warsi,
      Who’d risen to be rather classy,
      But since the kerfuffle,
      Of David’s reshuffle,
      She suddenly turned a bit arsey.


  69. 202
    Radio Bollocks says:

    Gooodbyeeee Warsi. Now we need Abbot buggering off – and the BBC told to stop using her prattle.


  70. 211

    Good riddance to bad ministers


  71. 218
    Taxfodder says:

    Does not matter either way what she is/does/thinks or says….

    Its not the fault of UKIP this time its the fault of bad advice and bad leadership…..

    CCHQ lost plot and direction long ago, their amateurish bumbling is doing far more damage than Warsi is/was ever likely to.

    CCHQ = Donkeys leading donkeys…..

    Millipeed at this rate could win the election in his sleep, he must be laughing his socks off and no doubt preparing for government.


  72. 223
    SOLON 13 says:

    The BBC’s coverage of gaza must please Baroness Warsi. They’ve been in Gaza for weeks and they haven’t one shown a Hamas fighter or a rocket-lainching site nor have they interviewed one Hamas figure. From the BBC’s coverage you’d think the conflict was completely one-sided. I suppose that will please the Guardian


    • 238
      Anonymous says:

      One look at the hard facts should be enough to prove that the conflict is completely and totally one-sided. It really is that simple.


  73. 232
    Anonymous says:

    Good riddance…..


  74. 239
    Anonymous says:

    ‘It is appalling that civilians who have heeded Israeli warnings to flee their homes have been killed and injured overnight in the presumed sanctuary of a UN school.’ Philip Luther, Amnesty’s Middle East and North Africa Director


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